BPS 2018: Dry weather and impact on compliance

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The NFU has been leading work on the impact of the recent dry weather on farmers being able to comply with BPS (greening and cross compliance issues) and agri-environment schemes. 

The RPA has now published guidance on how to deal with any difficulties arising from the hot and dry weather affecting BPS and CS/ES schemes.

The NFU continues to work with the RPA, Natural England and Defra on the challenges faced by farmers due to the drought conditions being experienced.

Last edited on: 25:07:2018

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